The transition from incarceration to the community is a critical time in terms of treatment continuity and ensuring people with substance use disorders (SUDs) are able to access important necessities of housing, transportation, and other basics of survival to support their treatment engagement. People experiencing SUDs are at high risk of overdose and overdose deaths during the two weeks following release from incarceration. This webinar presents programs and processes that jails should have in place to ensure that people are able to access and/or continue substance use treatment, link with peer support or other social supports, and connect with resources that enable them to make progress toward safe and stable housing.
Upon completion of this webinar, participants will be able to:
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